Print these Free Letter E Worksheets for Preschool! Learn new vocabulary words like elephant, egg, eyes, envelope, and Earth! These worksheets build fine motors skills and boost creativity! Get creative by using markers, crayons, and watercolors for filling in the pictures. Build muscle memory and hand strength through letter E tracing sheets. Print your Free Letter E Worksheets below!
Printable Letter E Activities
Check out four great letter E activities for preschoolers that will boost creativity! Have fun using watercolors to fill in the Letter E Template! The Letter E Dot Dot Sheet is tons of fun! Add an extra challenge to the activity by using stickers. This is a great way to build pincher strength. The Letter E Coloring Sheets give your little ones the chance to color an egg, elephant, envelope, ear, and the Earth.
FREE Letter E Tracing Sheets
Check out these two great Letter E Tracing Sheets for preschool. Repetitive tracing is great for building muscle memory and hand strength. Trace the uppercase and lowercase letter E’s then color in the pictures for extra fun! Print Beginning Sounds Worksheets for Preschool to practice letter pronunciation.
Letter E Cut & Paste Worksheets
Have fun with a Letter E Sorting Sheet. Cut out the uppercase and lowercase letters at the bottom of the page, then glue each one to its matching column. Next, match colors and put together your Letter E Puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page, then paste each piece to its same circle of color. What letter do you see? Be sure to print Letter Recognition Worksheets for the whole alphabet!
10 Simple Letter E Words for Preschool
egg, elephant, eye, Earth, envelope, ear, eat, exit, eagle, empty
Letter E Books for Preschool
Check out these exciting letter E books for preschool! Be sure to ask your little ones questions while reading the books. Is there anything in the room that begins with the letter E? Does anyone’s name begin with that letter? Reading with your little ones builds vocabulary, plus allows them to discover potential interests! Read “But No Elephants” and “Green Eggs and Ham”.